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Living Deeply Practice: "Great Thanks" with Sequoyah Trueblood

Sequoyah Trueblood grew up on a self-sustaining farm, joined the Green Berets, taught Silva Mind Control and then worked extensively with Indian youth wilderness programs. He is of Choctaw/Cherokee/Chickasaw/German/English ancestry and is currently creating perma-culture programs.

Living Deeply Practices are short experiential audios guided by wonderful leaders from a range of wisdom traditions.

Living Deeply Practice: "Remembrance" with Shaykh Yassir Chadly

Shaykh Yassir Chadly has been the imam (spiritual leader) at the Masjid-Al Iman, a multi-cultural Sufi-oriented mosque in Oakland, California, since 1992. He is currently an adjunct professor at the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley.

Living Deeply Practices are short experiential audios guided by wonderful leaders from a range of wisdom traditions.

Living Deeply Practice: "The Path to Peace" with Swami Chadanand Saraswati

Swami Chidanand Saraswati is often asked how to create peace. As one of India's most revered spiritual leaders, His Holiness discusses the most important foundation of global transformation--becoming the change we want to see in the world. He is the founder of the India Heritage Research Foundation.

Living Deeply Practices are short experiential audios guided by wonderful leaders from a range of wisdom traditions.

"Science of Transformation" with Daniel Siegel

How can we understand transformation in a scientific way? We could start by understanding the mind. Mind is the process that regulates the flow of energy and information. So how would you regulate the mind? By developing the ability to see mental activity with more clarity and then modify it with more effectiveness. Dr. Daniel Siegel calls this ability “Mindsight” and says there’s something about being able to see and influence your internal world that creates more health.

"Whole Person Healthcare" with Ilene Serlin

In this teleseminar Dr. Ilene Serlin, a clinical psychologist and dance/movement therapist, talks with host, Marilyn Schlitz, about an interdisciplinary collaborative health care model which is defined in the three volume book set she edited: Whole Person Healthcare. Ilene provides the historical context on the use of music and movement in the ‘backrooms’ of hospitals.  She tells of her international experience with non-verbal communication and integration of eastern and western healing practices.

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